"'Lofting' epitomizes intelligent erotica...If I had five thumbs they'd all be up." -- Erotica Readers Association, Review by Lybbe, February 1, 2001
"'Lofting' is everything I want in an erotic novel: fantastic, diverse sex...smart, appealing characters...a barrel of linguistic laughs..." -- Heather Corinna, Scarlet Letters, The Journal of Femmerotica, March 30th, 2001
"...Marceau may be the Melville of the money shot." -- Guy de Michelin, Topologie et Saloperie
"...a strong case can be made for the prompt inclusion of Lofting in the Index Expurgatorius." -- Vatican Review of Literature
"Makes "Vox" read like tea-time chat between Carmelite nuns." Vasistas "Chivvy" Gonzalez M. -- Tegucigalpa Herald (English edition), June 15, 2001
"More than merely legible, "Lofting" is truly an instrument executed as an authentic act." -- Journal of Notarial Acts, April 1, 2001
"Think "Bridget Jones"with white-hot sex and compound sentences." -- Porter Moresby, Buellton Bugler, January 6, 2002
Lofting is easily one of the most engaging and addictive works of erotica I've ever read. -- Herdesires.net review by Vikki McKay, March 2001
A new and potentially significant source of repetitive-motion induced pathology"Lofting" is a threat to the public health. -- The Ergonomist, January 2001Edition
With Lofting, Alma Marceau joins those women Bright, Califia, Antoniou most prominent among themwho comprise modern written eroticas ruling clitorati. -- from a review in the Yiddishe Bubeemeinse (Chelm) Sunday Literary Supplement , February 25, 2001
LOFTING will be excerpted in Susie Bright's Best American Erotica 2002 to be published by Simon & Schuster in February 2002.
A Warning to Readers: Lofting violates several tenets of the Virgin / Nexus style manual, and, in addition to depictions of hot sex, may contain large quantities of humour and occasional references to domestic worries.
Reading a book that is both erotic and literary is always a treat. Alma Marceau's Lofting is one of the most exquisite erotic novels ever written. Read morePublished on Nov. 29 2003 by CoffeeGurl
Marceau's "Lofting" gives the reader a vivid tour through a variety of ultra hot sex scenes, while simultaneously offering a French tickler for the funny bone. What style! Read morePublished on Nov. 10 2002 by David S.
Lofting left me uncomfortably wet, curious, breathless and panting. I am mystified by Marceau's skill in delivering an intellectual experience while eliciting deep, somatic... Read morePublished on Oct. 24 2002
If you're squeamish about sex, this novel is not for you. If, on the other hand, you not only like sex, but like it served up piping hot with plenty of funny literate repartee,... Read morePublished on Oct. 10 2002 by Yo Mama
Well, it starts out well. The conceit of email sex is skillfully done. In fact, the sexy emails are the only good thing about this book, and when the author unwisely moves away... Read morePublished on Sept. 26 2002
I heard so much about this book but it has so little. Pseudo-intellectual language, undeveloped characters, a few nice parts. Not at all what I expected, and not particularly sexy.Published on Sept. 19 2002
I liked this book at the beginning, but as it went on, I cared less and less for and about its characters. Read morePublished on June 24 2002
This erotica is for the brain as well as for the nether regions; I like it when I have to look words up in between descriptions of debauchery. With all the hype about Catherine M. Read morePublished on June 22 2002 by "mrthumbkin"